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IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

IMPERIAL AVERAGES OF GRAIN.

LATEST NEWS. Wheat. Bailey. Oats. Rye. Beans i Peas. t - d - d -1 »• «*• d. a. Jul y .2"" 8 31 0 38 10 39 ""!* 819 29 0 7 11 39 8 38 11 5? 29 ' 22 32 8 39 40 2 29 2 22 31 7 38 10 Aa o 22 34 ' 40 0 41 6 9.... 29 7 8 33 41 0 39 0 Aggregate _ Averages 51 2 29 22 32 11 , 0 39 6 Duti
August 16, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO ECONOMISTS, HOTEL KEEPERS, FAMILIES, AND ALL LARGE CONSUMERS OF TEA. FOR the convenience of residents in the cmintrv, we

TO ECONOMISTS, HOTEL KEEPERS, FAMILIES, AND ALL LARGE CONSUMERS OF TEA. FOR the convenience of residents in the cmintrv, we

engage lo supply Six Pounds of Tea, free of ■carriage, to'any part of the Uuited Kingdom, at the lowest ■wholesale prices for cash. Orders are expected to be accompanied with a post-office order for the amount, or if a reference be given to a respectable party in London, a remit
August 16, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SEA BATHING AT WHITBY VISITORS totheCoast may be Comfortably Accommodated at Mrs. CRAIG'S New and Commodious Lodgings, on the New

SEA BATHING AT WHITBY VISITORS totheCoast may be Comfortably Accommodated at Mrs. CRAIG'S New and Commodious Lodgings, on the New

Promenade. The House fronts the Harbour, commands beautiful Views of the Sea, Abbey, Bridge, <fee, and was fully occupied during the last Season. Several good Family Houses to Let. Also, Private Coach- House, and Stables. Apply to Mrs. CRAIG, Whitby. TJUDLEY, AND BIRMINGHAM RAIL
August 16, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
BIRTHS. On Wednesday, the 13th inst., at Bolton House, near Bradford, the lady of Captain Hall John Denny, Oth Dragoons,

BIRTHS. On Wednesday, the 13th inst., at Bolton House, near Bradford, the lady of Captain Hall John Denny, Oth Dragoons,

of a daughter. On Thursday, the 7th inst., at Thormanby Rectory, the lady of the Rev. John Higginson, of a son, who survived only a short time. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the inst.,Mr.F.Moiser, Huntington, to Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Holtby, Heywold House, iv th
August 16, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HORSMONDEN.

HORSMONDEN.

Odd Fellows.—The loyal •* Men of Kent" lodge, M.U., No. Horsinonden. The first public dinner of 6 above lodge, was l.eld brother host Vine's, King's Arms Inn, on the Bth inst. The members in their regalia and their friends assembled at about one o'clock, and forming in processio
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
FRIDAY'S LONDON MARKETS.

FRIDAY'S LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, Friday, August 15. We have had an unusually heavy supply of English Wheat this week, amounting to upwards of 15,000 quarters, which, notwithstanding the cold and unsettled state of the weather, has the upward movement in the trade. Considering the extent of the ar
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BIRTHS. On the I2tb inst. at the liectory, Southwick, the wife of the Rev. Julian C. Young, daughter. On the

BIRTHS. On the I2tb inst. at the liectory, Southwick, the wife of the Rev. Julian C. Young, daughter. On the

15th inst. at Elm-lodge, Stoke Newington-common, the ladv of E. G. lonides, Esq. of a son. On Friday last, at Seaford, the lady uf Wm. King Sampson, Esq. of daughter.. , MARRIED. On the inst. St. Michael's, Lewes, by the Rev. Frederic Teed, M. A. Tililen Smith, Esq. of Yinehall
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. THE Public are informed, that the Directors come to the resolution of making an EXTENSIVE RE!'' TION in

SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. THE Public are informed, that the Directors come to the resolution of making an EXTENSIVE RE!'' TION in

their Fares. Particulars will be given in future advertisement; but may v be stated that the Fares will be from London to Dover:— First Class, 15s Second Class. 10s—Thir<l Cla?s, 6s. and intermediate Fares in proportion. There will also be Issued Tickbts, between London and the
August 16, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
fty «► GRAVESEND. THE SECOND GREAT SALE remaining portion of the extensive and valuable PROPERTY the late Mr. William Wood,

fty «► GRAVESEND. THE SECOND GREAT SALE remaining portion of the extensive and valuable PROPERTY the late Mr. William Wood,

builder and surveyor, will take pace at Mr. EVERSFIELD'S Auction Stone-street, on tbe 'iVth instant. Full particulars will appear in our next number. TO NOBLEMEN. GENTLEMEN, AND OTHERS, IMPORTANT SALE OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES. JOHN TOWNSEND, Jun., has received instructions, to SE
August 16, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
LEEMIN'G'S for LAMENESS UoRSES Essence cures Claps or Strains the Back X Sinews, also Slip* and Strains the Shoulder*. Stifle,

LEEMIN'G'S for LAMENESS UoRSES Essence cures Claps or Strains the Back X Sinews, also Slip* and Strains the Shoulder*. Stifle,

Hough. Whirlbone, Knee, Fetlock fa-tern, and 0< i Joints. makes the quickest and surest cures any article yet known ; and horses may worked during Ihe time cure. Price '2s. t>d. per bottle. JOHN now prepared troin the Original Kecipcs, the possession of Cfcoiu.c Bott, of Notting
August 16, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England